Re: H/W upgrade for lists ?
Daniel Pittman wrote:
...and personal experience goes a long way. Testing on around 10,000
mails showed me that dspam was reasonable inaccurate and would simple
stop catching spam of any sort for about three hours after processing
every false positive report...
So, YMMV, obviously. :)
FWIW, I used dspam pretty rigorously for 3 weeks, and the only things
it diagnosed as spam was any email from my wife.
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